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  8. EMPIRE DAY.

    Empire Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm throughout the United Kingdom. In hundreds of towns and villages ...

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  9. INDIAN HORRORS.

    The latest particulars respecting the loss of life occassioned by the recent severe earthquakes in Northern India. show that no fewer than 20,000 persons ...

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  10. THE FAR EAST.

    Advices from Manchuria to-day state that the conduct of Russian operations is affected by the constant bickerings between General Kuropatkin, the late ...

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  11. RUSSIA.

    A sensation has been caused by a report which emanates from Kieff, in South-western Russia, regarding the intentions of the revolutionists. ...

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  12. MORE SKIRMISHING.

    No great battle has yet been fought between the Russians and Japanese since the respective armies came in touch, but skirmishing continues. ...

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  13. PLAGUE BREAKS OUT.

    The Indian province of the Punjab, which is only just recovering from the effects of the terrible earthquakes, is threatened by another peril. ...

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  14. A BOMB THROWN.

    Another outrage has been committed in Poland, where the people are in a state of active revolt against their Russian rulers. ...

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  15. RUMANIA AND TURKEY.

    The demands made by the Government of Rumania on the Porte, for reparation in connection with the imprisonment of two Rumanian school ...

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  16. NICARAGUA.

    A treaty has been entered into between the Governments of Great Britain and Nicaragua respecting the Mosquito coast which was formerly a ...

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  17. CHICAGO STRIKE.

    The strike of teamsters in Chicago, in which 10,000 were from the first involved, is now spreading rapidly. In consequence of the frequent riois ...

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  18. GREAT YACHT RACE.

    The trans-Atlantic yacht race, for the Kaiser's Cup, over course extending from the Sandy Hook lightship, in New York harbor, to the Lizard, the ...

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  19. RAILWAY SMASH.

    News of a serious railway accident in Southern Russia is given in a telegram from St. Petersburg to-day. A goods train, with one passenger ...

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  20. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    Citizens. The Ten Best. "Herald" poll closes Monday. Final progress report given this ...

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  21. EX-MAYOR INSULTED.

    At the North Melbourne Court to-day, James Henry Gardiner summoned Daniel Noonan for having cased to him threatening and insulting words on the local recreation reserve on the ...

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  22. A COLD SNAP.

    An exceptionally severe "cold soap" for this season of the year has been experienced in Great Britain and on the Continent. ...

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  23. HUSBAND AND WIFE.

    In the City Court to-day, David Solomon was charged with assaulting his wife, Mary Solomon. Prosecutrix stated that she resided ...

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  24. HIS SOVEREIGNS SAVED.

    An elderly man named James M'Kenna, was before the City Court to-day on a charge of drunkenness. Constable Tracy said that he noticed ...

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  25. BAD LANGUAGE.

    In the City Court, to-day, before Messrs H. Marks (chalmoan), S. Lancashire and it Cherry, J.'sP., a woman about 40 years at age, named Edith Hall, was charged with making use of ...

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